Madeley Studio is a marketing consultancy and creative design agency based in London.
Offering a wide range of freelance services including marketing support, website design and development, and creative design to help you achieve your business objectives and stand out from the crowd. This full-service approach allows us to develop lasting relationships that represent significant and consistent long-term values for you.
We work closely with you to understand your objectives, and craft creative solutions specific for your needs. We always go the extra mile, and we pride ourselves on getting the details right and delivering strategy.
We love helping small to medium size businesses based around the world with ideas, marketing strategy, how to brand your business, and building elegant websites.
We deliver tailor-made strategic plan to drive meaningful results for your business.
Whether developing marketing plan, marketing reviews, outsourced marketing, campaign management, analytics or marketing consultancy: as an extension to your team, we can venture into all marketing avenues with the goal to increase and hit your targets.
We look at the competitive landscape, establish context, benchmarks and an understanding of the functionality required to meet target persona needs.
Creating a seamless balance between design and functionality means that your website will not only look amazing but will also be engaging, intuitive and user friendly.
We know that apart from having a stunning website, being visible on search engines (such as Google, Yahoo etc) is also important. So we can help you with that too! Keywords, meta title, meta description and more: we have you covered.
Enhance your brand’s perception for your customers.
We craft distinct design solutions aligned with your brand’s values, guidelines and business goals based on research, creative innovation and strategy.
MARKETING A BETTER WORLD
Pro bono work is vital.
At present, we work with Simavi. We believe that working with nonprofit organisations allows us to give something back, to think in different ways and try new ways of engaging with audiences.